She won over crowds for her Oscar-winning performance in 12 Years A Slave.

And Lupita Nyong’o continued to captivate fans with her outstanding red carpet appearances one after another.

On Saturday at the 41st Toronto International Film Festival Queen of Katwe premiere, the 33-year-old continued to surpass expectations in a jaw-dropping yellow-and-blue number, which she accessorized with over $600,000 worth of jewelry from Tiffany & Co.

A ray of sunshine: Lupita Nyong'o stepped out in an illuminating House of Herrera dress for the Queen of Katwe premiere at the 41st Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday

The Jungle Book actress illuminated the carpet in a strapless House of Herrera yellow gown, adorned with velvet, royal blue floral patterns, which accentuated her slender figure and toned arms.

She added a dramatic flair with a matching color headpiece that wrapped around her head, popping a bright red to her lips and opted for metallic blue pumps.

Lupita topped off her outfit with a touch of class in Tiffany & Co. tanzanite and diamond earrings, worth $29,000, a $270,000 sapphire and diamond ring, and an 8-carat yellow diamond ring that costs $325,000.

The Mexico-born actress joined her fellow co-star David Oyelowo and director Mira Nair in the excitement of their film.

Royalty: The 33-year-old actress wowed in a bright yellow, strapless form fitting gown, which she added pops of royal blue to her shoes, jewelry and headwrap

Royalty: The 33-year-old actress wowed in a bright yellow, strapless form fitting gown, which she added pops of royal blue to her shoes, jewelry and headwrap

A vision: The Oscar-winning actress topped of the outfit with over $600,000 worth of jewelry from Tiffany and Co.A vision: The Oscar-winning actress topped of the outfit with over $600,000 worth of jewelry from Tiffany and Co.
A vision: The Oscar-winning actress topped of the outfit with over $600,000 worth of jewelry from Tiffany and Co.

Co-stars: Lupita joined fellow co-star David Oyelowo at the premiere as the two celebrated the arrival of their film

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